OnePlus 5T Surfaces On Antutu Benchmark; Features Snapdragon 835, 20MP Rear Dual Camera & A 2160×1080 Display!
As we're about to exit 2017, the OnePlus 5T will bid us goodbye. The Chinese manufacturer caters to a very specific user base, of folks who don't like mainstream smartphones, yet love to have top end specifications. To that end, this year it's all about edge to edge displays. All the top smartphones have in and pretty soon we expect that OnePlus will also launch a similar device. Rumors for the OnePlus 5T have started to increase, indicating that a launch is just around the corner. Today, we've got ore details for the smartphone. Take a look below to find out more.
The OnePlus 5T Makes An Appearance On Antutu; Snapdragon 835, 2160x1080 Display Present
It's a cutthroat world when it comes to flagships. The lack of a single feature can spell a small drop in market interest, which in turn translates to shareholder anxiety. So manufacturers are in a constant rush to equip their devices with all the features necessary to earn the flagship qualification. The proliferation of edge to edge displays leaves the OnePlus 5 a little shorthanded in the aforementioned department. But not for long.
It's been rumor for quite a while now that the OnePlus 5's successor, the 5T will feature an edge to edge display. However, now it's looking like that won't be the only upgrade on the device. If you'll recall, last year's OnePlus 3T made only a few changes over the OnePlus 3. Now, OnePlus will take a more aggressive approach. We've got an alleged Antutu benchmark for you today, which makes the claim.
According to the image above, the OnePlus 5T will feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835. However, this won't be the smartphone's defining feature. Rather, not only will the smartphone upgrade its display to 1080x2160p from the 5's 1080x1920, we'll also get a rear camera upgrade. As you'll know if you're a OnePlus fan, the OnePlus 5 feature a rear dual camera of 16+16MP resolution. The OnePlus 5T will bump this up to 20MP for both of the sensors, making them one of the most powerful on the market today.
Finally, OnePlus 5T being tested on Antutu today runs Android 8.0 and features 8GB RAM. All in all, these details make for a very solid smartphone. Who knows, maybe some flagships really will die by the end of this year. However, until the 5T is launched, take all of this with a grain of salt. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We'll keep you updated on the latest.